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Pause of J&J vaccine won’t significantly impact Shasta County’s vaccination efforts 04/14/2021

Published April 16, 2021

California’s pause on using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will not significantly impact Shasta County’s efforts to vaccinate its population, the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency announced Thursday.

During the agency’s weekly news conference, health officials also revealed that Shasta County will not move to a more restrictive tier in the state’s blueprint for a safer economy.

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